“Domain Of Supply Chain Management - A State Of Art”.
AbstractA supply chain is a network of facilities and distribution channels that encompasses the procurement of materials, production, assembly and delivery of product or service to the customer. The management of the supply chain and the roles of various actors involved differ from industry to industry and company to company. As a result Supply Chain Management (SCM) has become a vital issue for manufacturers, professionals and researchers. It is felt that to manage the supply chain effectively entire structure of supply chain must be understood properly. This paper attempts to provide the reader a complete picture of supply chain management through a systematic literature review. It presents a state of art on SCM by systematically arranging main activities in supply chain. In addition the step-by-step approach for understanding the breadth and depth of Supply Chain is proposed which consequently explores the domain of SCM.
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Borade, A. B., & Bansod, S. V. (2008). “Domain Of Supply Chain Management - A State Of Art”. Journal of Technology Management & Innovation, 2(4), 109-121. Retrieved from https://www.jotmi.org/index.php/GT/article/view/rev4
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